Value Stream Management, One Year Later

January 28, 2021 @ 1PM ET | 10AM PT As the practice of value stream management matures, new ways to look at it have emerged, including the kinds of platforms being used and even where in an organization the practice can be implemented. Join our panel of experts, who in a power talk last year … continue reading

How to Effectively Manage the Modern Risks of Open-Source Code

February 16, 2021 @ 1PM ET | 10AM PT Today’s modern applications depend on of a substantial amount of open source components and third-party libraries, and developers acknowledge that utilizing open source allows them to focus more on unique code attributes instead of recreating what’s already been successfully established. Although organizations acknowledge a heightened level … continue reading

Understanding Infrastructure Lifecycle Management and its Role in Scaling Enterprise DevOps

AVAILABLE NOW For as long as people have created and run software, the two sides—build and operations—have worked at cross-purposes. Developers want to go fast and deliver more frequently, while operations teams need to ensure the releases are secure, adhere to governance policies, and are available. DevOps attempts to bridge those worlds, by empowering developers … continue reading

How to get developers hooked on security

AppSec is dead. Long Live DevSecOps. Application security traditionally happened after development was finished, something to be bolted on for protection.  In traditional top down implementations, developers weren’t a part of security and didn’t give it much consideration beyond some testing. Today, security is top of mind in most organizations, which have come to realize … continue reading

Moving from a Relational Model to NoSQL

AVAILABLE NOW Businesses are quickly moving to NoSQL databases to power their modern applications. However, a technology migration involves risk, especially if you have to change your data model. What if you could host a relatively unmodified RDBMS schema on your NoSQL database, then optimize it over time? Through live demonstrations and detailed examples, this … continue reading

SEO QA – What is it and why should you implement it?

AVAILABLE NOW Agile engineering teams need to focus on delivering high quality code at pace. However, ensuring releases don’t negatively impact search engine optimization (SEO) often sits way down the priority list. But what if you could rapidly automate SEO tests as part of the QA process, fully integrate them into the CI / CD … continue reading

Remote working mistakes that could be killing your developers’ innovative output and performance

AVAILABLE NOW The pace of innovation is accelerating. Yet continuous WFH diminishes software teams’ output. What can you do to increase individual – and team – performance, without burning out? Join guest speaker Nils Vesk and Devtech Group for a live session that unpacks the 14 most common mistakes affecting your team’s performance. Nils also … continue reading

What role do developers have in application security?

AVAILABLE NOW A big one, as it turns out. Organizations aren’t looking at security as just being perimeter protection anymore. The applications themselves need to be built from the ground up with protections that ensure data integrity and prevent compromise. Security departments used to have the primary responsibility to ensure these goals, but as the … continue reading

Getting it Right: Self-service in Cloud Automation

AVAILABLE NOW Everyone knows that infrastructure automation is fundamental to any DevOps platform. However, infrastructure automation requires not only coding abilities, but also cloud network, security and cost expertise, and Infrastructure as Code skills. It’s not something developers want to waste their time on. Being able to provide on-demand self-service infrastructure provisioning and deployment to … continue reading

The State of Testing in DevOps: Results from the 2020 DevTestOps Survey

AVAILABLE NOW DevOps delivery practices are being adopted across the industry, but unfortunately they’re not always built with quality assurance as a core capability. Teams have no choice but to build a testing strategy as they go, rather than designing the culture, processes, and tools upfront. QA testing as an afterthought in an agile or … continue reading

How low-code solutions can help prepare for your return to the office

AVAILABLE NOW As businesses start to re-open and organizations begin to bring employees back to their places of work, there will be new challenges — some known, and some unexpected. But employee wellness will be top of mind, and having workers maintain social distancing and still be able to collaborate is among them. Traditional spreadsheets … continue reading

Software Development at Home: Balancing life, retaining compliance

AVAILABLE NOW Many developers and IT professionals have been working from home for a long time, yet even more have only recently begun to do so. The speed with which organizations have had to shift to accommodate the new home workforce raises issues for both. Organizations worry about ensuring security on devices and applications — … continue reading

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